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Eva appears at 2:14-2:26

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Source: Ermahn Ospina’s Twitter

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SinCity2-SDCC-Activities

Only 1 week left until #SinCity takes over #ComicCon! All of your favorite #SinCity2 talent and filmmakers will be at Exhibit Hall H on Saturday, July 26th at 2:50pm! 


Come in your best #SinCity fan gear or costumes to win prizes, while supplies last, at Petco Park and follow @DimensionFilms on Twitter for all #SDCC updates! #SinDiego

 

Other #SinCity Activities in store during SDCC 2014:

#SinCity Experience at Petco Park: Come see The Hot Rods and Hot Babes, along with swag giveaways and live DJ! Thursday -Saturday 10am-6pm ; Sunday 10am-3pm

#SinCity Talent and Filmmaker Poster Signing at Petco Park: 11:15am-12:15pm

#SinCity Talent and Filmmaker Poster Signing at Dark Horse Booth, Saturday Comic Con Convention Hall 4:15pm-5:15pm

 

Source: Sin City Movie Official Tumblr Page

 

G   /   July 10, 2014   /   2 Comments

Source: Ermahn Ospina’s Twitter

M.   /   July 06, 2014   /   3 Comments

The French actress would have finally found her niche? She’s back with Penny Dreadful, an American horror TV series. Eva Green reveals her capacity of reinventing herself with genre films.

Sin City reinvented the comic-book movie as dirty, sexy and cool. Now Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller return with sequel Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.

“Eva’s eyes are so haunting… She’s irresistible” – Frank Miller

“She’s a princess, a lover, a goddess and a bitch…” – Eva Green on Ava Lord

Gallery link:
– Magazine Scans > Total Film (UK) – August 2014

G   /   June 11, 2014   /   6 Comments

M.   /   June 05, 2014   /   1 Comment

The French actress would have finally found her niche? She’s back with Penny Dreadful, an American horror TV series. Eva Green reveals her capacity of reinventing herself with genre films.

Gallery link:
– Magazine Scans > GQ (France) – June 2014

G   /   June 04, 2014   /   6 Comments

By Julie Miller

Let the record show that Eva Green—she of the so-sexy-it-was-banned-by-the-M.P.A.A. Sin City: A Dame to Kill poster—has no qualms about on-screen nudity, at least judging by the five or so films in which the former Bond girl has bared all. That being said, the actress—who is currently slaying Showtime audiences with her deliciously complex (and fully dressed) spiritualist on Penny Dreadful—would like to point out one thing to the M.P.A.A.: “I’m not actually naked on the poster.”

While chatting to VF Hollywood today about the forthcoming episode of Penny Dreadful, during which many things will be revealed about her medium mystérieux, the actress took a moment to discuss the the recent Sin City hullabaloo. “Oh, my God, I heard about that,” she said of the uproar. “I find it a bit odd. It seems like it’s all just publicity—a lot of noise for nothing. You have so many more violent things in the movie business and this is kind of soft. I’m not naked. It’s suggested.”

By the way, Green loves the graphic artwork, which shows the French actress in a diaphanous robe and bright-red lipstick with a handgun cocked at her side. “I find it really sexy, actually,” she said. “It’s kind of beautiful. But if it shocks people, I don’t know what to do about it. I don’t want to upset anybody.” If she has any concern about her image on the now-infamous ad, it’s that audiences will correlate her with one particular kind of character: “I don’t want to be seen as just the femme fatale or put into some silly box. I hope that people will have enough imagination.”

And if they are in short supply, they need not look further than the aforementioned horror drama to see Green tackle the kind of complexly brilliant character for which most actresses would kill. Talking just hours after it was announced that Showtime renewed the series for a second season, Green confirmed to us that she would be returning as her eerie alter ego, Vanessa Ives, for the show’s second go-round. Having already communicated with the dead, hunted demons, unsettled mortals, and gone full exorcist in a six-minute séance worthy of its own Emmy, Green added with a laugh, “Although, I have no idea what I’ll be doing.”

Source: Vanity Fair

M.   /   June 03, 2014   /   17 Comments

We thank Eva and her twin sister Joy copiously for making this possible! Enjoy! 😀

“Dear Eva,

First of all we feel privileged that you so willingly accept to devote some of your scarce free time to complete once again the Q&A session for EvaGreenWeb.com. It says something about your humble character despite your tremendous success. Thank you so much.”

Here are our new questions:

1. After a tiresome period you will at last have some time to relax. What do you enjoy most in these breaks? Being lost in the crowd? Family time? Exotic destinations?

Eva Green: 1. I’m usually exhausted after a shoot, so I go somewhere beautiful to relax like Sri Lanka (I recently climbed “The Sīhāgiri », the Lion Rock, the most amazing view that I have ever seen anywhere), I like going somewhere I can explore, rather than lying down like a turnip on the beach…

2. In “300: Rise of an empire”, even though the critics for the film were controversial, the comments about you were dithyrambic (worldwide). Did you expect it? How do you feel about it? You’re probably going to be a “recherchée” (= in demand, sought-after) for blockbusters in the future. Does it mean “no more indie films”?

Eva Green: You never know how a film will be received and of course that type of film targets an action audience – it was fun to do because I got to train and fight, and Artemisia was a really over the top character… As far as Indie films go, I adore doing them – that’s where my heart is – unfortunately they rarely get the attention they deserve. You always hope when you do an Indie film that it will magically take off and become a huge success…

3. Are you going to visit Comic Con in San Diego for “Sin City 2” as you did last year for “300”?

Eva Green: I don’t know if I’ll be going to Comic Com this year…

4. “Penny Dreadful”: What kind of novelty this TV series brings us? What was actually new for you?

Eva Green: “Penny Dreadful” is set in Victorian London with great characters who interact with some of Literature’s great characters – Frankenstein, Dorian Gray, and Dracula. My character’s name is Vanessa Ives… She is a non-conformist, an individualist, hungry for life, at a time when women were repressed… Vanessa is a kind of magnet in the series, she draws all the other characters around her in their quest to find Sir Malcolm’s daughter…. Vanessa is at war with the demons inside her, possessed by some obscure force but she has such an amazingly strong will that she is able to keep it dormant… Except those times when Temptation arises…. Vanessa exults in the power and freedom her possession has allowed her, but she is alienated and alone because of it…

This role has been the most demanding – on every level – that I have ever done. Vanessa is the most complicated and exciting character that I have ever played.

— To be continued… —

Stef   /   May 30, 2014   /   11 Comments

Our statement about the Eva Green Ava Lord Sin City: A Dame to Kill For poster…

It has been officially announced that Ms. Green’s Ava Lord Sin City: A Dame to Kill For poster is officially banned. It is with great sadness that a pair of covered breasts are deemed more dangerous than a gun. In this regard, @a_kaufman, one of the film’s producers, has cleared straight to EGW that the poster “was rejected for in-theater marketing. It will now live forever online.”. There is no point in blowing this matter out of proportion.

Sadly, this poster has generated quite a number of attention for the past few hours. While there are a lot of people and fans alike defending the poster and Ms. Green herself, there has been a good amount of prudes and perverts that has come out of the woodwork. Saying disrespectful things towards Ms. Green over this poster is uncalled for and unnecessary. This is a character poster portrayed by an actress, not a poster of an actress as herself. We could learn a thing or two from Ms. Green herself. In her own words: “Nudity is just another costume. Perverts might think otherwise.”

Thank you for your concern and understanding.

G   /   May 22, 2014   /   3 Comments